Portugal is a multi-faceted country with layers of history and breathtaking sceneries. It is a country for curious adventurers who wish to approach the magic and mystery that surround it, and then taste its delectable food and wine. Practicing via ferrata in Portugal will allow you to catch sight of unique spots, such as a castle atop a remote hill where nature and culture combine. Furthermore, a seasoned guide will be able to fill you in on all the underlying cultural context and history, therefore enriching your experience!
The weather in Portugal is temperate. The north tends to be rainier and the south sunnier, but temperatures are generally never too low in the winter or too high in the summer.
You can fly direct to Lisbon, Porto or Faro from most European cities and from some U.S.A cities. Also, driving from Spain or France is a great option if you want to catch sight of some of the scenic routes in the area. Ferry and rail are also possible transport options.
Because the weather is temperate, Portugal is a great destination year round. However, the summer months between June and September are good if you are trying to avoid rain.
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